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Post by Jeff & Kelly Gi » Wed, 06 Jan 1999 04:00:00



Well, looks like I've finally been "initiated"....

I was ripped off by a Tammy Garner. On October 16, 1998, "Tammy"
claimed to have sent to me approximately $200 worth of Dale Jarrett
cards. I, in turn, was to send to her over $200 worth of Jeff Gordon
cards.

I should have been suspicious when she said that she preferred not to
send these cards to me via registered mail, but I was stupid and
gullible, considering she did have a lot of references, and had a good
standing on eBay. I obviously should NOT have done it that way, so it
is my own fault to an extent to trust someone that would not send
items via registered mail.

After a couple of weeks, I wrote to her, wondering where my cards
were. She claimed that they "must have gotten hung up in Customs", and
that things always take a long time to be sent from Canada. This is
untrue, as I have received numerous items in less time than a month.

Next, she claimed that she was moving to the states, but I cannot be
sure.

She also tried to claim that she never received the cards I sent to
her, but when I had a trace put on the package, it could be traced all
the way to the Post Office in her town. I wrote her about this and
have had no reply from her... hmmmmmm

The times when she claimed that she received nothing from me were ONLY
after I wrote to her, letting her know I still had received nothing.
Seems to me that someone that was owed over $200 worth of cards would
be a little more concerned with where they were.

I have retained a lawyer in this matter, who is going to see if there
is anything that can be done. Theft by Deception seems like the way to
go.

So, "Tammy", if you are reading this, know that I will do whatever I
can to either recover the cards I sent to you, or will see to it that
as many people that can know that you are a thief will know. I will
continue to post this message to wherever possible to make others
aware that you are, in fact, nothing more than a thief.

Tammy Garner
80 Landry Street
Sherbrooke,  Quebec  J1L2V7

Thank you for reading this, folks, and beware!!
Jeff

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Nascar Cards For Sale and Trade

http://www.angelfire.com/nj/dj88/index.html

 
 
 

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Post by Jeff & Kelly Gi » Thu, 07 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Well, looks like I've finally been "initiated"....

I was ripped off by a Tammy Garner. On October 16, 1998, "Tammy"
claimed to have sent to me approximately $200 worth of Dale Jarrett
cards. I, in turn, was to send to her over $200 worth of Jeff Gordon
cards.

I should have been suspicious when she said that she preferred not to
send these cards to me via registered mail, but I was stupid and
gullible, considering she did have a lot of references, and had a good
standing on eBay. I obviously should NOT have done it that way, so it
is my own fault to an extent to trust someone that would not send
items via registered mail.

After a couple of weeks, I wrote to her, wondering where my cards
were. She claimed that they "must have gotten hung up in Customs", and
that things always take a long time to be sent from Canada. This is
untrue, as I have received numerous items in less time than a month.

Next, she claimed that she was moving to the states, but I cannot be
sure.

She also tried to claim that she never received the cards I sent to
her, but when I had a trace put on the package, it could be traced all
the way to the Post Office in her town. I wrote her about this and
have had no reply from her... hmmmmmm

The times when she claimed that she received nothing from me were ONLY
after I wrote to her, letting her know I still had received nothing.
Seems to me that someone that was owed over $200 worth of cards would
be a little more concerned with where they were.

I have retained a lawyer in this matter, who is going to see if there
is anything that can be done. Theft by Deception seems like the way to
go.

So, "Tammy", if you are reading this, know that I will do whatever I
can to either recover the cards I sent to you, or will see to it that
as many people that can know that you are a thief will know. I will
continue to post this message to wherever possible to make others
aware that you are, in fact, nothing more than a thief.

Tammy Garner
80 Landry Street
Sherbrooke,  Quebec  J1L2V7

Thank you for reading this, folks, and beware!!
Jeff

-------------------------------------------
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http://www.angelfire.com/nj/dj88/index.html

 
 
 

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Post by TSn41024 » Thu, 07 Jan 1999 04:00:00



Quote:
Kelly Gish) writes:

>I was ripped off by a Tammy Garner. On October 16, 1998, "Tammy"
>claimed to have sent to me approximately $200 worth of Dale Jarrett
>cards. I, in turn, was to send to her over $200 worth of Jeff Gordon
>cards.

I just wanted to mention that I have learned to insure any cards I send out on
a trade.  If the party claims not to have received them, I either get my money
back or the post office relizes the cards were delivered and they get arrested.
--Tom
 
 
 

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Post by Jeff & Kelly Gi » Fri, 08 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Well, looks like I've finally been "initiated"....

I was ripped off by a Tammy Garner. On October 16, 1998, "Tammy"
claimed to have sent to me approximately $200 worth of Dale Jarrett
cards. I, in turn, was to send to her over $200 worth of Jeff Gordon
cards.

I should have been suspicious when she said that she preferred not to
send these cards to me via registered mail, but I was stupid and
gullible, considering she did have a lot of references, and had a good
standing on eBay. I obviously should NOT have done it that way, so it
is my own fault to an extent to trust someone that would not send
items via registered mail.

After a couple of weeks, I wrote to her, wondering where my cards
were. She claimed that they "must have gotten hung up in Customs", and
that things always take a long time to be sent from Canada. This is
untrue, as I have received numerous items in less time than a month.

Next, she claimed that she was moving to the states, but I cannot be
sure.

She also tried to claim that she never received the cards I sent to
her, but when I had a trace put on the package, it could be traced all
the way to the Post Office in her town. I wrote her about this and
have had no reply from her... hmmmmmm

The times when she claimed that she received nothing from me were ONLY
after I wrote to her, letting her know I still had received nothing.
Seems to me that someone that was owed over $200 worth of cards would
be a little more concerned with where they were.

I have retained a lawyer in this matter, who is going to see if there
is anything that can be done. Theft by Deception seems like the way to
go.

So, "Tammy", if you are reading this, know that I will do whatever I
can to either recover the cards I sent to you, or will see to it that
as many people that can know that you are a thief will know. I will
continue to post this message to wherever possible to make others
aware that you are, in fact, nothing more than a thief.

Tammy Garner
80 Landry Street
Sherbrooke,  Quebec  J1L2V7

Thank you for reading this, folks, and beware!!
Jeff

-------------------------------------------
Nascar Cards For Sale and Trade

http://www.angelfire.com/nj/dj88/index.html

 
 
 

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Post by Jeff & Kelly Gi » Sat, 09 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Well, looks like I've finally been "initiated"....

I was ripped off by a Tammy Garner. On October 16, 1998, "Tammy"
claimed to have sent to me approximately $200 worth of Dale Jarrett
cards. I, in turn, was to send to her over $200 worth of Jeff Gordon
cards.

I should have been suspicious when she said that she preferred not to
send these cards to me via registered mail, but I was stupid and
gullible, considering she did have a lot of references, and had a good
standing on eBay. I obviously should NOT have done it that way, so it
is my own fault to an extent to trust someone that would not send
items via registered mail.

After a couple of weeks, I wrote to her, wondering where my cards
were. She claimed that they "must have gotten hung up in Customs", and
that things always take a long time to be sent from Canada. This is
untrue, as I have received numerous items in less time than a month.

Next, she claimed that she was moving to the states, but I cannot be
sure.

She also tried to claim that she never received the cards I sent to
her, but when I had a trace put on the package, it could be traced all
the way to the Post Office in her town. I wrote her about this and
have had no reply from her... hmmmmmm

The times when she claimed that she received nothing from me were ONLY
after I wrote to her, letting her know I still had received nothing.
Seems to me that someone that was owed over $200 worth of cards would
be a little more concerned with where they were.

I have retained a lawyer in this matter, who is going to see if there
is anything that can be done. Theft by Deception seems like the way to
go.

So, "Tammy", if you are reading this, know that I will do whatever I
can to either recover the cards I sent to you, or will see to it that
as many people that can know that you are a thief will know. I will
continue to post this message to wherever possible to make others
aware that you are, in fact, nothing more than a thief.

Tammy Garner
80 Landry Street
Sherbrooke,  Quebec  J1L2V7

Thank you for reading this, folks, and beware!!
Jeff

-------------------------------------------
Nascar Cards For Sale and Trade

http://www.angelfire.com/nj/dj88/index.html

 
 
 

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Post by Jeff & Kelly Gi » Mon, 11 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Well, looks like I've finally been "initiated"....

I was ripped off by a Tammy Garner. On October 16, 1998, "Tammy"
claimed to have sent to me approximately $200 worth of Dale Jarrett
cards. I, in turn, was to send to her over $200 worth of Jeff Gordon
cards.

I should have been suspicious when she said that she preferred not to
send these cards to me via registered mail, but I was stupid and
gullible, considering she did have a lot of references, and had a good
standing on eBay. I obviously should NOT have done it that way, so it
is my own fault to an extent to trust someone that would not send
items via registered mail.

After a couple of weeks, I wrote to her, wondering where my cards
were. She claimed that they "must have gotten hung up in Customs", and
that things always take a long time to be sent from Canada. This is
untrue, as I have received numerous items in less time than a month.

Next, she claimed that she was moving to the states, but I cannot be
sure.

She also tried to claim that she never received the cards I sent to
her, but when I had a trace put on the package, it could be traced all
the way to the Post Office in her town. I wrote her about this and
have had no reply from her... hmmmmmm

The times when she claimed that she received nothing from me were ONLY
after I wrote to her, letting her know I still had received nothing.
Seems to me that someone that was owed over $200 worth of cards would
be a little more concerned with where they were.

I have retained a lawyer in this matter, who is going to see if there
is anything that can be done. Theft by Deception seems like the way to
go.

So, "Tammy", if you are reading this, know that I will do whatever I
can to either recover the cards I sent to you, or will see to it that
as many people that can know that you are a thief will know. I will
continue to post this message to wherever possible to make others
aware that you are, in fact, nothing more than a thief.

Tammy Garner
80 Landry Street
Sherbrooke,  Quebec  J1L2V7

Thank you for reading this, folks, and beware!!
Jeff

-------------------------------------------
Nascar Cards For Sale and Trade

http://www.angelfire.com/nj/dj88/index.html

 
 
 

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Post by Jeff & Kelly Gi » Fri, 15 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Well, looks like I've finally been "initiated"....

I was ripped off by a Tammy Garner. On October 16, 1998, "Tammy"
claimed to have sent to me approximately $200 worth of Dale Jarrett
cards. I, in turn, was to send to her over $200 worth of Jeff Gordon
cards.

I should have been suspicious when she said that she preferred not to
send these cards to me via registered mail, but I was stupid and
gullible, considering she did have a lot of references, and had a good
standing on eBay. I obviously should NOT have done it that way, so it
is my own fault to an extent to trust someone that would not send
items via registered mail.

After a couple of weeks, I wrote to her, wondering where my cards
were. She claimed that they "must have gotten hung up in Customs", and
that things always take a long time to be sent from Canada. This is
untrue, as I have received numerous items in less time than a month.

Next, she claimed that she was moving to the states, but I cannot be
sure.

She also tried to claim that she never received the cards I sent to
her, but when I had a trace put on the package, it could be traced all
the way to the Post Office in her town. I wrote her about this and
have had no reply from her... hmmmmmm

The times when she claimed that she received nothing from me were ONLY
after I wrote to her, letting her know I still had received nothing.
Seems to me that someone that was owed over $200 worth of cards would
be a little more concerned with where they were.

I have retained a lawyer in this matter, who is going to see if there
is anything that can be done. Theft by Deception seems like the way to
go.

So, "Tammy", if you are reading this, know that I will do whatever I
can to either recover the cards I sent to you, or will see to it that
as many people that can know that you are a thief will know. I will
continue to post this message to wherever possible to make others
aware that you are, in fact, nothing more than a thief.

Tammy Garner
80 Landry Street
Sherbrooke,  Quebec  J1L2V7

Thank you for reading this, folks, and beware!!
Jeff

-------------------------------------------
Nascar Cards For Sale and Trade

http://www.angelfire.com/nj/dj88/index.html

 
 
 

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Post by LPrice » Fri, 15 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Hey
       Do you need to know where she has move too.She sent me a check that i
sent her for some cards and she never cash it she gave me her want list and
said if you see any of these card pick them up and we would be even for the
cards that she sent me it"s hard too beleave she done you that way i have a guy
that i need too take too court if you know what county she lives in file
something with small claim court like the Magistrate Court in the conty where
she lives if you need some help let me know because she lives in the same state

 
 
 

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Post by Jeff & Kelly Gi » Mon, 18 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Well, looks like I've finally been "initiated"....

I was ripped off by a Tammy Garner. On October 16, 1998, "Tammy"
claimed to have sent to me approximately $200 worth of Dale Jarrett
cards. I, in turn, was to send to her over $200 worth of Jeff Gordon
cards.

I should have been suspicious when she said that she preferred not to
send these cards to me via registered mail, but I was stupid and
gullible, considering she did have a lot of references, and had a good
standing on eBay. I obviously should NOT have done it that way, so it
is my own fault to an extent to trust someone that would not send
items via registered mail.

After a couple of weeks, I wrote to her, wondering where my cards
were. She claimed that they "must have gotten hung up in Customs", and
that things always take a long time to be sent from Canada. This is
untrue, as I have received numerous items in less time than a month.

Next, she claimed that she was moving to the states, but I cannot be
sure.

She also tried to claim that she never received the cards I sent to
her, but when I had a trace put on the package, it could be traced all
the way to the Post Office in her town. I wrote her about this and
have had no reply from her... hmmmmmm

The times when she claimed that she received nothing from me were ONLY
after I wrote to her, letting her know I still had received nothing.
Seems to me that someone that was owed over $200 worth of cards would
be a little more concerned with where they were.

I have retained a lawyer in this matter, who is going to see if there
is anything that can be done. Theft by Deception seems like the way to
go.

So, "Tammy", if you are reading this, know that I will do whatever I
can to either recover the cards I sent to you, or will see to it that
as many people that can know that you are a thief will know. I will
continue to post this message to wherever possible to make others
aware that you are, in fact, nothing more than a thief.

Tammy Garner
80 Landry Street
Sherbrooke,  Quebec  J1L2V7

Thank you for reading this, folks, and beware!!
Jeff

-------------------------------------------
Nascar Cards For Sale and Trade

http://www.angelfire.com/nj/dj88/index.html

 
 
 

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Post by Jeff & Kelly Gi » Sun, 31 Jan 1999 04:00:00


Well, looks like I've finally been "initiated"....

I was ripped off by a Tammy Garner. On October 16, 1998, "Tammy"
claimed to have sent to me approximately $200 worth of Dale Jarrett
cards. I, in turn, was to send to her over $200 worth of Jeff Gordon
cards.

I should have been suspicious when she said that she preferred not to
send these cards to me via registered mail, but I was stupid and
gullible, considering she did have a lot of references, and had a good
standing on eBay. I obviously should NOT have done it that way, so it
is my own fault to an extent to trust someone that would not send
items via registered mail.

After a couple of weeks, I wrote to her, wondering where my cards
were. She claimed that they "must have gotten hung up in Customs", and
that things always take a long time to be sent from Canada. This is
untrue, as I have received numerous items in less time than a month.

Next, she claimed that she was moving to the states, but I cannot be
sure.

She also tried to claim that she never received the cards I sent to
her, but when I had a trace put on the package, it could be traced all
the way to the Post Office in her town. I wrote her about this and
have had no reply from her... hmmmmmm

The times when she claimed that she received nothing from me were ONLY
after I wrote to her, letting her know I still had received nothing.
Seems to me that someone that was owed over $200 worth of cards would
be a little more concerned with where they were.

I have retained a lawyer in this matter, who is going to see if there
is anything that can be done. Theft by Deception seems like the way to
go.

So, "Tammy", if you are reading this, know that I will do whatever I
can to either recover the cards I sent to you, or will see to it that
as many people that can know that you are a thief will know. I will
continue to post this message to wherever possible to make others
aware that you are, in fact, nothing more than a thief.

Old address:
------------------------------------------------
Tammy Garner
80 Landry Street
Sherbrooke,  Quebec  J1L2V7

Possible new mailing address:
---------------------------------------------------
Tammy Garner
P.O BOX 445
Hemingway S.C 29554

Thank you for reading this, folks, and beware!!
Jeff

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Nascar Cards For Sale and Trade

http://www.angelfire.com/nj/dj88/index.html

 
 
 

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Post by COWBOYSF » Sun, 31 Jan 1999 04:00:00


bro     you let yourself get taken by a ***- a canadien one as well    for
shame    you are a bad representative to all american men.   dont beware of
tammy
    BEWARE OF ALL WOMEN!!!!!!!!!!!!